THE STONER MOM SHOW | Stoner Session | frequently asked questions

 

It’s Friiiiiday, Friday, gotta watch my show on Friiiday. Hi Stoner friends! Enjoy today’s episode of The Stoner Mom Show, where I cover the TOP questions that I am asked. I also take many bong rips. Oh Stoner Mom.

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The Stoner Mom is a pulled-together, WAHM, SAHM, boo-boo kissing supermom. Most would assume she is not stoned. Most would be quite wrong.

12 Comments

  1. Thank you for sharing who you are with the world. It is awesome to see the stigma of cannabis starting to disappear and re-emerge as a natural and healthy part of our everyday…thanks to rad moms like you! From one stoner parent to another, it is very refreshing show people that you can be a fantastic mother AND a parent and that the two aren’t mutually exclusive. Hooked on your site!

  2. Thank you so much for opening this door for new stoner moms like myself! As a mother of a 3 year old in an illegal state in the south, it’s incredible to have access to such amazing content that helps to reframe how I think about my medication. You are helping to break down the stigma and for that I can’t thank you enough. Because I stumbled upon your youtube feed, I am now able to be a better Mom, wife, and self without feeling shameful of the steps I’m taking to take my life into my own hands. Fingers crossed for decriminilization in my area in the near future!

  3. Anonymous

    Please do a bong collection and review of all of them ^^

  4. Lindsey

    How do you keep your contacts in? Mine are glued to my eyes after just one hit…
    Btw, you have helped me SO much, become more confident and less shamed for using this as my medicine. I was caught in middle school and suspended, my parents called me stupid and put me in outpatient drug therapy, and dropped me off at random AA meetings by myself at age 14. And then when I was 16 I caught my dad in the garage toking up! Anyways, I guess I’ve always felt so much shame using something illegal (pregnant & nursing) but it honestly helps me more than my pharmaceuticals and half a Xanax knocks me out but three bowls does an awesome job of calming me down and restarting my brain into something positive & productive. I seriously don’t understand why people still think this is wrong!
    Thank you for what you’re doing. I’m in washington state

    • Thank you so much for your comment Lindsey. I have my own tales of NA meetings as a teenager. It was the 90’s, I guess it didn’t alarm anyone back then lol. Sheesh.

      Anyway, for a long time I would put on my glasses before I got high, because my eyes would become red, narrow slits when I got high. As my tolerance has increased however, my eyes sensitivity has decreased. I still much prefer to get high in my glasses but my eyes have adjusted over time to wearing contacts (one time use contact lenses) and getting high.

      Also, sometimes trying out a different brand of contact lenses can make a difference. I switched from Acuvue to Biofinity and these fit my eyes better and retain a lot of moisture.

  5. Anonymous

    So this where I comment. I only have one question. Why are the comments disabled on YouTube? I always want to unsubscribe when I can’t see the comments or just say hi real fast. But I won’t unsub.. anyway.. thanks bye

    • I discuss this in the last 15 minutes of this video: https://thestonermom.com/tsms-youtube/

      I disable comments because as a mother of four tech savvy children, I do not have time to have to police sexually abusive comments directed towards me, or comments about my mothering or children. I’m willing to do that on my website which I own, but not on YouTube with it’s relatively hateful comment community that I have little control over.

      My following being able to access me will ALWAYS come AFTER the welfare of my children.

  6. Anonymous

    From one stoner mom to another thank you for doing what you do!